This is a common contention: On the one side we have the position that there should be a social floor to help the victims of an unequal economic system; on the other side is the position that any government interference is damaging to freedom. Which is it? One or the other or can we have both, a social floor and freedom?
by Phocas Vincent2 years ago
Do you believe in your opinion that in the topic of abortion, the US Government should regulate the procedure or should it be a left to the discretion of the individuals involved? (Please keep it civil and clean guys.)
by SparklingJewel5 years ago
...there's this thing called sovereignty, individual and national, that some don't seem to appreciate. Maybe its because they don't understand their own degree of brainwashing that they have accepted.I don't claim that...
by ryankett6 years ago
Apple didn't really try and crack the Chinese market with the iPad, it took ages for them to release it, but after 125,000 sales it was estimated that 1 million of them ended up in China through alternative channels and...
by Kathryn L Hill3 years ago
For instance,1. Over-regulation of businesses preventing entrepreneurship.2. Confiscatory and overburdensome taxation causing businesses to flee.3. State control over utilities.4. Government control over the...
by Ralph Deeds6 years ago
Re “Some Fiscal Reality” (editorial, Nov. 11):The current federal budget deficit was caused mainly by unnecessary wars and related military spending, the worst economic downturn since the 1930s, and large tax cuts...
by Onusonus6 years ago
Stewart Chase, a prominent fabian socialist wrote a list in the 1930's. It seems to me that we are headed in that direction. 1.Strong centralized government 2.Growing executive arm3.Control of credit, banking and...
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